b'A MESSAGE FROM 3 Our Vision, MissionTHE DIRECTOR& Philosophy 4 Board of TrusteesThe past two years have seen a number of important projects and 5 Staffexhibitions realized at HMA, with many more in the pipeline. We renovated the Daywood Gallery and installed the Daywood 6 Art Collection in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary while also 8Education publishing a catalog on these important works. In addition, we completed the replacement of a number of roofs and upgraded 10Timelineseveral of the old and inefficient HVAC units.12Nature 14Development Highlights There were many staff changes during these two years, but we are delighted in welcoming aboard Dustin Burgess as our new Director 16Gift Shop, Facilities,of Facilities, Larry Mullett as our new Director of Security and Security and Public Relations Jennifer Wheeler as our new Director of Development. We believe 17Financialsall will do outstanding jobs in their new positions.18Our Donors It was great to feature such a variety of exhibitions during this 27Gifts of Art period, including the wonderful painting exhibition A Talent Forgotten: The Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson. Her amazing and heartfelt story, the beauty of her artwork, and connection to Huntington made this one a real winner. Sight Unseen: International Photography by Blind Artists was another show stopper and featured more than 100 works by those who are either blind or visually impaired.As we move forward, many thanks are due to all our funders, sponsors, volunteers, docents and staff who make HMA such an exciting and lively institution in our community. It truly is a place designed to enrich the lives of all the people, where we can engage visitors from our region and beyond.Geoffrey K. Fleming Executive Director2'